Our work here is never over is a large group exhibition showcasing the creative talent and diverse practices of Project Ability’s former Connect artists. The exhibition also reflects on the artists’ experience of the programme retrospectively, after its closure in June 2012, and is a continuation its most recent developments into the new pilot programme, Reconnect.
In addition to the exhibition we have a collection of writings by a selection of the artists, Connect Stories, and two associated events; a publication launch of ‘Creative Praxis, Portraits and Dialogues from the Sensory Inter/face of Autism’ by artist Pum Dunbar on Thursday 25th 2:30pm, and an artist talk by Simon McAuley Friday 26 October 2pm followed by refreshments.
Exhibition: 26 October-24 November
Opening preview: Friday 26 October 2-4pm
Gallery hours; Tuesday-Saturday 10-5pm
Project Ability’s exhibtion programme is kindly supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.
Image Credit: Simon McAuley, Untitled 2012, oil on canvas